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Top 5 Free Events in London this Weekend

The best free events this weekend 24-26 April 2015

By Manolis Zografakis

There are plenty of amazing free events in London this weekend.  We’re excited about the New Cross & Deptford Free Film Festival which takes place in various venues in New Cross and Deptford until the 3rd of May and the live music gig at Tooting Tram & Social on Friday night. Moreover, there is the return of the Crafty Fox Market in Brixton and the free screening of Kes at the Southbank Centre as part of the Changing Britain Festival. Finally, if you like miniatures you shouldn’t miss Roy’s People exhibition at Curious Duke Gallery. So, without further ado we present our Top 5 Free Events in London this weekend 24-26 April 2015. By the way, if our top 5 isn’t enough for you have a look at the Top 10 Free events this month and the free film screenings in March.

Festival Quiz

Live Gig at Tooting Tram & Social, Tooting Broadway, SW17 9NA – Fri 24 (7pm-2am)
A highly recommended live gig featuring Island Cassetes + We-Are-Z + Birdman Rallies & Polar Maps.
Open Air Screening of Guardians of the Galaxy at Fordham Park, New Cross, SE14 6AY – Sat 25 (8.30pm)
Outdoor Bike Powered Screening of the blockbuster movie part of the New Cross & Deptford Free Film Festival.
The Crafty Fox Market at The Dogstar, Brixton, SW9 8LQ- Sat 25 & Sun 26 (11am-5pm)
A great 2 days market where you’ll find unique, design-led, handmade products sold directly by over 100 makers.
Roy’s People Exhibition at Curious Duke Gallery, Whitecross Street, EC1Y 8JT – Sat 25  (midday – 4pm)
A exciting solo show by the king of the miniatures Roy’s People (until 9 May).
Screening of Kes at Soutbank Centre, Foyer Spaces, Soutbank, SE1 8XX – Sun 26 (8pm-9:40pm)
Free screening of Ken Loach’s acclaimed British drama part of Southbank Centre’s Changing Britain Festival.

Top 5 Free Events in London this Weekend 24-26 April 2015

Top 5 Free Events in London this Weekend 24-26 April 2015

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